AquAid in Liverpool

AquAid in Liverpool

AquAid Water Coolers have been in operation providing high quality water coolers, dispensers and water boilers since 1998. Today, AquAid have 23 branches throughout the U.K.

AquAid Liverpool has been operating since 2004 and is managed by the highly-experienced Paul Clough. Based in Netherton, Paul and his team supply an extensive range of innovative and high-quality water dispensers to in offices, worksites, medical facilities, universities, colleges and schools in and around the Liverpool area. Committed to meeting AquAid’s exacting customer service standards, they pride themselves on the superior service they provide to nearly 3,000 customers.

AquAid Liverpool is located at: 5-6 Lockwoods Development, Bridle Way, Netherton, Liverpool L30 4UJ.

Areas serviced: Altrincham, Birkenhead, Bromborough, Ellesmere Port, Failsworth, Formby, Knowsley, Leigh, Liverpool, Manchester, Oldham, Rochdale, Sale, Skelmersdale, St. Helens, Stockport, Wallasey, Wilmslow, Wirral, Wythenshawe.

Chester, Congleton, Crewe, Frodsham, Holmes Chapel, Knutsford, Middlewich, Newton-Le-Willows, Northwich, Runcorn, Sandbach, St Helens, Warrington, Widnes, Winsford.

Abergele, Anglesey, Bala, Bangor, Buckley, Caernarfon, Colwyn Bay, Conwy, Denbigh, Flint Mold, Prestatyn, Queensferry, Rhyl,

St. Asaph, Wrexham.

Bamber Bridge, Blackpool, Carnforth, Chorley, Garstang, Hesketh Bank, Lancaster, Leyland, Longridge, Morecambe, Preston, Southport, Tarleton, Wigan.

Certainly a mouthful but AquAid Liverpool has you coolered nonetheless!

For all Liverpool is renowned for:

  • having two of the most famous football teams in the world: Liverpool and Everton*;
  • having the most Grade II-listed buildings outside London, all 2,500 of them* or;
  • the fact that Liverpool is the most filmed British city outside London, including films such as Sherlock Holmes, In The Name of The Father, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, and The Dark Knight*;

It seems nobody knows how Liverpool actually got its name. The old English translation is ‘lower pool’‘Liuerpul’ became Liverpool as the ‘u’ was corrupted to a ‘v’ – Liverpul – Liverpool but it might also have come from the Welsh word ‘llif’ meaning ‘flood’. Whichever the belief, the etymology of the name ‘Liverpool’ is not fully known.

Not to worry though, because whether you’re based in the unknown origin named Liverpool itself or further afield in Blackpool, Queensferry or Southport, AquAid Liverpool is available for all your water and water cooler requirements. They may not be ferrying across the Mersey to get to you, but they’re certainly always able to offer you the very best in water coolers and dispensers, whatever your set-up requires.

Contact them today – they’ll be more than pleased to assist.

*sources: Hallmark Hotels, BASE and Quora